Welcome to today's Defense Business Briefing, your weekly roundup of the latest defense industry news.
A federal court has set Nov. 21 as the date for oral arguments in DynCorp International's case over the LOGCAP V program.
In the latest move in the fight over LOGCAP V, AECOM has successfully sought the Government Accountability Office's insight into the program.
The Defense Department is delaying a pair of public meetings on technical data rights issues from September to November, according to a document published in the Federal Register.
Perspecta said it is winning new work in the burgeoning market it calls "trusted workforce," which includes background investigations, continuous monitoring, insider threat and supply chain security work.
In a filing, United Technologies said UTC and Raytheon have each received "a request for additional information and documentary material, often referred to as a 'second request,' from the [Justice Department's] Antitrust Division" in connection with its planned deal.
CACI International said sales in its most recent quarter reached $1.4 billion, up 17% from the same three-month period a year earlier.
DynCorp International's parent company said sales in its most recent quarter reached $488 million, down about 11% from the same three-month period a year earlier.
Senior defense officials are scheduled to speak in the Washington area this week. Congress remains on August recess.
Lawyers for Huawei are disputing claims by the U.S. government to argue that a ban on its products under the Fiscal Year 2019 National Defense Authorization Act violates the Constitution, in a case that sets up a legal showdown over issues with broader implications for addressing cybersecurity threats from China.
The law firm DLA Piper is urging the Defense Department to revise its cyber-incident reporting rules for contractors, including recommending changes to core elements of the program such as deadlines, scope and the definition of data covered by the requirements.